About Us

Integrated Health Services is an award winning, SWaM and CARF certified mental and behavioral health agency serving the residents of Southeastern Virginia, Richmond, and surrounding areas.

Integrated Health Services employs a diverse and highly credentialed team of individuals to include Licensed Professional Counselors, Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Trauma Certified Therapists, Certified Substance Abuse Counselors, Certified Sex-Offender Treatment Providers, Board Certified Art Therapists, and many others who have served in both the public and private sectors. These talented individuals ensure the provision of compassionate and specialized care as well as oversee daily operations and service delivery to our clients. We offer a range of services to children, adolescents, and families (whether traditional, blended, single-parent, or foster). Treatment options include outpatient therapy, specialized intensive in-home treatment, substance abuse counseling, trauma focused therapy, sex offender treatment, behavioral interventions for those diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, and an array of other services. For more information please go to our services page.


IHS Leadership Team

Jonathan Gibbs, CEO
Jonathan is a lifelong resident of the Hampton Roads, Virginia area. He has earned undergraduate and graduate degrees in psychology and counseling, respectively, from the College of William & Mary. Jonathan began his professional career working in the juvenile justice system as a court diversion program manager for several years. Since, he has worked in operational management and development roles in behavioral health and substance use disorder treatment for well over a decade. Jonathan’s experience has made him astutely aware of the various social determinants of health and the crucial need to address discrepancies in access to resources that play a vital role in life quality for many individuals. Jonathan has a strong passion for helping local youth and families get the help they need to overcome obstacles to well-being. In Jonathan’s extensive operational management experience, he has developed and grown many programs. The most rewarding aspect of Jonathan’s career has been and continues to be creating policy and work-flow systems to ensure impeccable client care and safe and ethical work environments. Jonathan is extremely honored to serve as CEO of Integrated Health Services where he has the privilege of leading an exceptional team of caring professionals that plays a massive role in positive change for our community. In his free time, Jonathan enjoys traveling, golfing, and beach vacations with family and friends.


Maiszie Mills, LPC, CSAC, CSOTP, Clinical Director
Maiszie is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Certified Substance Abuse Counselor (CSAC) and Certified Sex Offender Treatment Provider (CSOTP). Prior to her time with IHS, Maiszie spent 30 years working at the Department of Social Services. Upon retiring from the state government, Maiszie was ready for a change and to pursue her counseling passion. Maiszie found a home at IHS. She worked through her LPC residency, supervising a team of QMHPs and joined the Sexualized Behavior Treatment team.


Kayla Loughman, Quality Assurance Director
Kayla has worked within the community based mental health field since 2012. After studying Accounting at Old Dominion University, she decided to pursue a desire to work with children and families. Kayla found her passion, supporting clients and direct care staff through administrative work. At IHS, Kayla is committed to high quality, detail-oriented work specializing in billing, regulatory compliance and managing the medical records system. Originally from Western Massachusetts, Kayla loves living close to the beach and the water. She can often be found enjoying her downtime outdoors.


Stephanie Cady, Region 5 Director
Stephanie’s background is based in human services, psychology, substance abuse counseling. Through her own experience, Stephanie is passionate about linking mental health professionals with growth and learning opportunities and helping staff meet their development goals. Stephanie is bilingual in Spanish and English and she is currently pursuing her master’s in professional counseling through Liberty University. In her free time, she enjoys working on her non-profit’s educational program providing resources and training to families, and spending time outdoors with her family.


IHS Clinical Programs

Bianca Cornelius, Outpatient Therapy Director
Bianca is a Licensed Professional Counselor and leads the growing outpatient therapy program. Bianca has worked with youth since 2013 in community based counseling and school settings. She earned her Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling and Education Specialist degree in Counseling from Norfolk State University and Old Dominion University, respectively. Bianca joined the IHS team in 2017 and attained her license while working within the Community Based Program. Bianca’s mission is to help others to recognize their strengths, improve their ability to navigate through life’s challenges, and increase their sense of meaning and purpose in life.


Jamal Brown, Sexualized Behavior Treatment Director
Jamal is a Certified Sex Offender Treatment Provider (CSOTP) and Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). He has been in the Hampton Roads area for over 13 years working with the department of juvenile justice, local and state agencies, and educational institutions on proper maintenance, education and risk management within the juvenile population, specifically those with sexually reactive behavior. He has also helped adolescents in both community and residential settings providing therapy and reentry solutions.


Anna Smith, Sexualized Behavior Treatment Program Specialist
Anna is a Resident in Counseling and Certified Sex Offender Treatment Provider (CSOTP) Resident, who been working with the juvenile poplulation since graduating with her M.S. in Clinical Counseling from Bellevue University. Anna has volunteered with local non-profit organizations, participated in several community mental health awareness events, and has a passion for advocating for all her clients and their families. Currently, she is working with individuals with sexualized behaviors and their families, while implementing evidence based interventions with an empathetic approach.


Alyssa Hartman, Community Based Program Director
Alyssa is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), who has been working with children, adolescents, adults and families since graduating from Texas Tech University with her M.Ed. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She is an advocate for all. Alyssa has a passion for helping others to thrive within their lives and to see the best in themselves. During her time at IHS, Alyssa has helped children and families work through conflict, improve their relationships and develop a voice and lifelong skills to overcome challenges. Currently, she provides support to our clinicians who are directly serving the individuals and families in our Community Based Programs.


Brittany Botelho, Community Based Program Specialist
Brittany is a Supervisee in Social Work and has been on the IHS team since graduating from George Mason University in 2012. During this time, Brittany has developed as a clinician providing Intensive In-Home Services and Outpatient Therapy to children and their families, supervising staff in the Community Based Programs, as well as completing assessments. In her current role Brittany is able to fulfill a desire to help families thrive by working closely with QMHP’s to ensure their clients are able to continue to receive services they are in need of.


Tammy Becoat-Eclou, LCSW
Tammy K. Becoat-Eclou is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has 15 years of experience working in Human Services in various capacities, including foster care, mental health, and administration. While working in Child Welfare, Tammy fulfilled a myriad of roles to serve the community, including a Family Services Specialist in Foster Care and Adoptions; the Independent Living, Education and Training Voucher (ETV) Program Coordinator; and the Children’s Services Act (CSA) Coordinator. Tammy has supervised the Intensive In-Home and Mental Health Skillbuilding service areas for over three years in both the Hampton and Richmond offices.


Nicolette Thibodeau, Supervisee in Social Work
Nicolette has been working with children, adolescents, and their families since earning her MSW from New York University. Nicolette has provided clinical counseling services to youth in school, home, and outpatient settings, adapting her approach to best support each individual in reaching their personal goals. Nicolette is passionate about helping young people build positive, healthy futures, and currently serves on our team as an Outpatient Therapist and Clinical Supervisor.


Amber Jones, LPC
Amber graduated with her Master of Education in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Old Dominion University in 2019 and is currently earning her Doctor of Philosophy in Counseling and Psychological Studies with a concentration in Marriage & Family Therapy from Regent University. She is a National Certified Counselor (NCC) and a Licensed Professional Counselor. Amber’s theoretical foundation is based on Family Systems and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Family Systems assumes that all members in a family are connected and that nothing happens in a vacuum, what affects one member affects all members. CBT is a type of psychotherapy that helps people change how they think, feel or act in order to improve their mood, reduce stress, or achieve other important health and life goals. CBT aims at rapid improvement in feelings and moods, and early changes in any self-defeating behavior. Amber has worked with children, adolescents, and adults including couples, families, and group counseling in integrated behavioral health settings, public schools, and community-based services. She is currently seeking additional training as a Registered Play Therapist, as a Gottman Method Couples Therapist, and Certified Trauma & Grief Counselor. Play Therapy differs from regular play in that the therapist helps children systematically address and resolve their own problems. Play allows a safe psychological distance from problems and allows expression of true thoughts and feelings in ways best suited to their developmental levels.


Justin Huerkamp, LPC, CSOTP
With an extensive background as a trauma-informed clinician, and trained in Reality Therapy, CBT, Solution Focused Therapy, the Gottman Method for couples, among other treatment modalities, Justin’s specialty is facilitating recovery for youth and families impacted by inappropriate sexualized behaviors.


Katharine Vesel, Resident in Counseling
Katherine works with both children and adults. Katharine is a recent alum of the University of San Diego’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling program and has come to IHS to begin her journey towards licensure. Katharine has previous experience working at an inpatient crisis center and carries that experience forward into her work as an intensive home counselor and outpatient provider. Katharine is originally from San Diego, California and when not working she enjoys crafting, movie nights, and spending time with her husband and her dog.


Maya Richardson, Resident in Counseling
Maya is a native of Lexington, Kentucky. Maya has been a School Counselor with Hampton City Schools for sixteen years and joined the IHS team in 2020. Maya enjoys working with young people and has a desire to work with people of all ages. Maya’s hobbies include traveling, shopping, spending time with family and friends, and meeting new people. Maya has two children that are her inspiration. Maya loves life and enjoys helping others realize their potential for a great life. Maya has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Alabama A&M University, Master’s of Art and Educational Specialist degrees in School Counseling both from Hampton University.